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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1900)
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LAKEiIEW, OREOS. HF.IT. StO. IM
BRAVE LAWTON KNEW.
'When we speak against Imperial
ism or- protest against wars 'of con
quest they, say we are pleading the
cause of the Filipino. I denv it."
W. J. Bryan.
General Lawton. writing on this
subject a short time before his death,
"I wish to God that this whole
Philippine situation could be known
by everyone in America as I know it.
If the real history, inspiration and
conditions of this insurrection, and
the influences, local and external, that
now encourage the enemy, as well as
Portland Telegfam: Senator Petti
grew says that Roosevelt was a mile
and a half away from the front of the
battle of San Juan Hill. Dut Petti
grew is frequently much farther off
from the truth than that.
"There are a number of Democrats
in this county who intent voting for
McKinley thit year, who supported
Bryan four years auo, and cannot be
coaxed or bluffed into voting any other
way, " says tl.e Yreka Journal. "ThfMj
men vote for McKinley according to
the dictates of conscience, and have
no right to be questioned in their free
dom of choice. "
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United States Lund Office, Lakeview, Oregon,
Julv30, 1900. Notice Is hereby givea that In
compliance with ' the provisions of the art of
Congress, of June 8, 1878, entitled "An act for
the sale of timber lands In the States of Cali
fornia, Oregon, Nevada ami Washington Ter
ritory," as extended to all the public land
States by act of August 4. 192, Zaccbeus Whit
worth, of Lakevlew, county of lAke, State of
Oregon, has this day fllel In thin office hit
sworn statement, No. WA, for th purchase of
the WJf of 8W'( of section No. 22 and NW' of
NW4 section 27. in township No. 37 south, It.
No. 17 E. and will offer proof to show that the
land sought Is more valuable for Its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish his claim to said land t-fore the
Register and Rerelrerof this office at I-akeriew,
Oregon, on Friday, the Mb day of October,
lm. lie names as witnesses: K. O. Umh, I.
M. furry. Frank Howard and J. W. Howard,
all of lakeview, Oregon.
Any and all person claiming adversely the
alove-decrifed lands are reqneted to fl'e
their clslms In this office on or In-fore said fah
dy of October, 19U.
August 2-30 E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
El Comandante cigars and ice cold A
Woe in Lone Star State! i
Galveston and Other Cities Nearly Swept Off
the EarthLoss of Life May Reach 10,000
Loss of Property Millions of Dollars.
A storm struck many cities and towns in Texas on
the 8th instant, and left destruction and desolation
in its path. Galveston was almost completely wiped
off the face of the earth, and what were once the
streets were for davs running rivers carrying dead
bodies to the Gulf. Entire families died together.
The loss of life may reach tea thousand, and of prop
erty many millions of dollars. Scenes of desolation
are on every hand. The scenes presented cannot be
told in a prosaic manner. Screaming women, bruised
and bleeding, some bearing the lifeless forms of chil
dren in their arms; men, broken-hearted and sobbing,
bewailing the loss of wives and children; streets filled
with floating rubbish and dead bodies, constituted a
part of the scene. It was a hurricane, accompanied
by a flood, the like of which never was seen.
th actual nossibilitipa of thfe iplanri !
and people and their relations to thin
Great East could be understood at
borne, we would hear no more talk of
unjust 'shooting of government' into
the Filipinos or of hauling down our
flag in the Philippines.
"If the so-called anti-imperialists
would honestly ascertain the truth on
the ground, and not in distant Amer
ica, they, whom I believe to be honest
men misinformed, would be convinced
of the error of their statements and
conclusions and of the unfortunate ef
fect of their publications here. If I
am shot by a Filipino bullet, it might
as well come from one of ray own men,
because I know from observation conr
firmed by captured prhionerij. that the
continuance of the fighting is chiefly
due to reports tjiat are sent out from
Senator "Mark Hanna is worrying
the Dem-Pop. press. They want
President McKinley to call him off.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
prompt, palatable, pleasant, powerful,
purifying little pills. Lakeview Dru Co.
TIJHIF.It 1YXI XOTI4 K
United States I .and Office, Lakeview, Oregon,
Angust 6. 1900. Notice is hereby given thHt in
compliance with the provisions of the Act of
Congress of June 3. 1878, entitled "An Act for
the sale of timber lands in the States of Cali
fornia, Oregon. Nevada and Washington Ter
ritory," as extended to all the I'ublie Land
Mates by art. of August 4, 192, Louis Berber,
of Lorella, county of Klamath, Stateof Oregon,
has this day tiled in this office his sworn state
ment, No. 268, for the purchase of the NWof
to'l4 of section No. 20, in township No. 38
south, range No. 15 east, and will offer proof to
show that the land nought is more valuable for
its timber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his claim to said land
before, the Register and Receiver or this office
at Lakevlew, Oregon, on Saturday, the 13th
day of October 1900.
He names as witnesses: T. J. Offield, W.
R. Campbell, i William Campbell and J. O.
liamaker. all of Lorella. Oregon. Any and all
fersons claiming adversely the above-described
ands are requested to file their claims in this
office on or before naia I3tn aay or uctODer,
aug9-31 K. M, BRATTAIN, Register
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Cnited States Land Office. Ijikeview. Oregon.
Aneuxt 6. 19UI. Notice Is hereby given that in
compliance with the provisions of the Act of
Co nit res of June 3. lfc78. entitled "An Act for
thf le of timber lands In the Htate of Cali
fornia. Oregon, Nc ada and Wanhineton Ter
ritory, " as extended to all the I'ublie I-and
Mates bv act of August 4. 1W, Thorna J.
Offl.-ld.of '.orHla. countv of Klamath. Mate
of Oregon, ha thldav filed in thi office hi
worn statement. No 2V7. for the purchase of
the NM; of SE''of 'Ttion No. 6. in towntthlp
No. r.9 aou'h. range No. IS cat. and will offer
proof to liow that the land Mioght I more
valuable for it timber or tone than for agri
cultural purpo-. and to etabllh hU claim
to nid land before the Register and Receiver
of this office at I-akeview. Or -eon. on Satur
day, the 13th day of Oetotwr. !'.
lie name a wItn"f-: l'tf 'Serber. of
Irella. Oregon; J. o. "nt.-ialer. Ronanza,
Oreeon; W. R. Campbell, of Ixir-ta. Oregon ;
William Campbell, of IxirHla. Oreeon. An
ard all person claiming advcrely the above,
devrritx-d land are requested to file tiielr
claim In thi office on or lfore said 13th ay
of October. 19O0.
August 9-r.l E. f. BRATTAIN, Register.
Fll, II fOP.
T.uid OtVce at lakevlew. Oregon, August 17,
Va. Notice f hereby given that the follow-hif-iismcl
settler ha filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof Jn surq-ort of hi
cUim. and that aid prff will be made before
Register and Receiver at lakevlew, Oreeon, on
Sej.temb-r 29. lO, viz: FRANK REII. U.K.
No. 17(. frr the M, of NWi; and NofKWi.
Seetir.Il 21. tovn.hl ollh. R. t'J K Ife
natne the f-owine wltnesea to irove hi
contln'uni residence u;on and cultivation of
aid lmid, viz: Willi liarnurn. I. Rryan. ft. K.
Rranch and Joe I'avrie, all of Ijikerlc'w, Or
A n g -X 1 33 K'. M. RR A TTAIN. Reglter.
FIAI. I' HOOF.
1,'nited States Ijind Office at Ijikevlew. Or.
August 30. 191)0. Notice I hereby given that
the following-named settler has riled notice of
his intention to make final proof in support of
hf claim, and that said proof will be made
before G. B Ward well, United States Commla
fioner, at at Silver l ake. Oregon, on October 6,
tM. v'z: 1'I KASA NT W. JONEH, II. K. No.
1708. for the E,'of NA; and lot 1,2 andSof
section 31, township 27 south, range 15 eat,
Willamette meridian, Oregon . He names the
following witnessed to prove hi continuous
residence uj.n and cultivation of said land,
viz: Walter Klttridge, a. II. Wallace. . P.
Marxhall and V. F. Abshler, all of Silver Lake,
ep 6-35 K. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
United States Land Office at lakevlew, Or.,
July 2fi, 1J0. Notice is hereby gven that the
following-named settler, lias filed notice of her
intention to make final proof In support of her
claim, and that said proof will be made before
(. B. Wardwell, U. H. commissioner, at Silver
Lake, Or., on September 1, 1900, viz: Estella
I'ayne, II. E. No. 2242 for the E of 8Kf section
29, and KW4 of SW;i section 28, township 28
south, range 13 east, Willamette meridian. Or.
She names the following witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon and cultlvatlcn
of said land, viz: U. F. Abshler, J. 8. Martin.
James Sullivan and Ira Bradley, all of Silver
ang 2-30 E. M. BRATTAIN Regfhter.
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